To love yourself as you are is a miracle, and to seek yourself is to have found yourself, for now. And now is all we have, and love is who we are.
Fox Jump and Fox Run (Made with russian pages, a sharpie, and prisma color markers. Covered with clear acrylic) by Jade Phillips
Clare Caulfield, Flatiron Building, New York (hand-painted screenprint)
Being a New Yorker means never being able to see the Flatiron building and not crave Shake Shack.
I’m loving this hand-drawn map of the Appalachian Trail. From Georgia to Maine—either 5 inches or 2,184 miles, depending on how you think of it.
Via: Oh, Pioneer!
After being unexpectedly laid off, Kolby Kirk took it upon himself to use his newfound freedom to hike as much of the Pacific Crest Trail as he could. Over 1,700 miles later, he considered his task accomplished. On that journey, he filled over 850 pages of Moleskine journals—they offer a truly inspiring window into his voyage, and prove the ability of a journal to keep the past alive. A must see.
Image Via: The Hike Guy
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